Today Netgear unveils the Stora, a media server that enables simple sharing of photos, videos and music over the Web. It's essentially a Pogoplug clone with a huge hard drive, with a few tricks thrown in like easy sharing on Facebook and Flickr, and a slick interface for browsing media, sort of like the iPhone's coverflow.
At CES today, Netgear showed how the Stora could easily be set up to send photos to an RSS feed, which then showed up on a networked digital picture frame. The Stora has an impressive amount of storage, 1TB, which can be pumped up to 2TB for you videographers. It's $230 and available now, apparently.
If you want your stuff easily accessible online, this seems like a decent solution, but we haven't seen much (other than the huge size of the hard drive) to justify the price tag. And while we're at it, why not just use any of the tons of cloud-storage options out there? The interface isn't that good.